Classic 20th century novel by last line of Wiki summary

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Last line of Wiki summaryName of 20th century novelYear of original publication
'Finally in Wayfarers All Ratty shows a restless side to his character when he is sorely tempted to join a Sea Rat on his travelling adventures.'1908
'...frenzied at the prospect of seeing the savage perform again, they find that John has hanged himself.'1932
'Grete appears to have her strength and beauty back, which leads her parents to think about finding her a husband.'1915
'...Wang Lung overhears his sons planning to sell the land and tries to dissuade them. They say that they will do as he wishes, but smile knowingly at each other.'1931
'He warns the reader that telling others about their own experiences will lead them to miss the people who shared them.'1951
'The speaker encourages his comrades to keep fighting for victories, chanting 'Chicago will be ours!''1906
'Meanwhile, Scarlett dreams of love that has eluded her for so long, but she still has Tara, and 'tomorrow is another day.''1936
' Bigger is found guilty and is sentenced to death for his murder and false witness.'1940
'...to be accurate he must describe how everyone gradually occupies an immense range 'in Time.''1913-27
'Also, Venters and Bess discuss returning in 10 years and he mentions returning with rope to climb the cliffs.'1912
'The novel ends with Fowler reflecting on his first meeting with Phuong, and the death of Pyle.'1955
'Much later, they meet over the first edition of [title character] poems.1957
'While standing on the Radley porch, Scout imagines life from Boo's perspective and regrets that they never repaid him for the gifts he had given them.'1960
Last line of Wiki summaryName of 20th century novelYear of original publication
'The novel graphically describes the brutality of civil war.'1940
'Nick loses respect for the Buchanans and does not communicate with them again.'1925
'Ultimately [title character] marries well and obtains a large congregation in [the] fictional Midwestern city of Zenith.1927
'...whereas Sal, who has seen and experienced his freedom, decides to value commitment and stability with Laura.'1957
'The book ends with the line, 'Frodo was alive but taken by the Enemy.''1954
'This realization stems from a heightened sexual experience Constance has only felt with Mellors, proving that love can only happen with the element of the body, not the mind.'1928
'The novel ends with her entering the room for her interview which will decide whether she can leave the hospital.'1963
'...seeing that it satisfies her, she realizes that the execution of her vision is more important to her than the idea of leaving some sort of legacy in her work.'1927
'She then receives a telegram from Carl, saying he is back. They decide to marry, unconcerned with her brothers' approval.'1913
'Mattie's personality has 'soured' and Zeena now must care for her and [title character].'1911
'Francie says 'Hello, Francie' to Florrie, and then 'Goodbye, Francie' softly, as she closes the window.'1943
'[Title character] himself has this to say: 'I am not a Sahib. I am thy chela.''1901
'Seeing Liz dead, Alec Leamas climbs back down the Eastern side of the Berlin Wall. The border guards then shoot him dead.'1963

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